For 23 years, ERI has been committed to renewing your passion for school-based therapy and providing you with tools and strategies you can use right away to improve learning outcomes for your students.
This on-demand course features six (6) sessions (14.5 contact hours – 1.45 CEUs) recorded from Therapies in the School 24th Annual Conference 2023. From using motor learning effectively for all types of learners, incorporating The CO-OP Approach with executive functioning strategies for students with ADHD, learning how to protect the mental health of your students and advocating for increased participation for students with complex medical needs, you’ll walk away well equipped to better support all of your students and their unique needs.
Group Rates (3 or more people, must register at same time):
Purchase one $499 Program B, register up to 9 additional participants (CEU certificates) for $79/person. Contact email@example.com for group rates. Please share this offer with your colleagues and staff!
The six (6) sessions are listed below. Download the Brochure Here.
Raising Expectations and Increasing Participation for Students with Medical Complexity
Tanya Myers, PT
AnnMarie Stauffer, PT
Lisa Gradziel PT
Diving Deeper, Dispelling Myths and Driving Better Outcomes for Students with ADHD
Lori Flynn, OT
Adding to Your Tool-Box: Integrating the CO-OP Approach to Increase Student Engagement and Generalization of Skills
Jeryl Benson, OT
Harnessing Contemporary Motor Learning: Practical Application of Recent Research in Motor Control, Motor Learning, and Neuroplasticity
Kim Wynarczuk, PT
Jennifer Elinich, PT
Dr. Monica Keen has over 33 years of experience, 27 of which was in the schools (she retired in May 2022). She is passionate about Occupational Therapy and has a distinct interest in mental health, trauma-informed care, and pediatrics, particularly autism. Her 33 years of clinical practice include working in mental health at the Institute of Psychiatry at the Medical University of South Carolina, acute care, and nursing home settings. She owned a private pediatric practice for 12 years and closed the doors of Developing Abilities when she took on fulltime academia. The findings of her research during her doctoral program were sobering and have ignited a desire to discover ways to re-establish OT as a recognized mental health provider. She has authored two chapters: one on school-based and infant mental health and the other on handwriting and presented on interprofessional collaboration for mental health in school aged children and how COVID 19 impacted behavior of school-aged children. Dr. Keen is the co-chair for Mental Health for her state’s professional organization, the South Carolina Occupational Therapy Association.
Currently, she resides in Greenville, SC and is a proud mom to two amazing adult daughters. She has two adorable Boston Terriers (Bubbles and Boomer), she loves college football, enjoys running and hiking, and being in the sun by the pool or beach is a favorite past time.
Kimberly D. Wynarczuk, PT, DPT, PhD, MPH, is an assistant professor in the Department of Rehabilitation Sciences at Moravian College in Bethlehem, PA. She is a board certified clinical specialist in pediatric physical therapy. She was previously a school-based physical therapist for 11 years and currently serves as the School-Based Special Interest Group representative to the Academy of Pediatric Physical Therapy Research Committee. She has been a full-time faculty member in graduate-level physical therapy programs since 2011. Dr. Wynarczuk has conducted, published, and presented research on a variety of school-based physical therapy topics, including goal development and the participation of students with disabilities in school trips.
Kimberly D. Wynarczuk receives a speaking fee from Education Resources.
Kimberly D. Wynarczuk has no non-financial relationships to disclose.
Jennifer Elinich, PT, DPT, a board-certified clinical specialist in neurologic physical therapy who has practiced in a variety of settings and is currently in an outpatient setting. She has conducted, published, and presented research on the impact of mindset on learning, burnout in physical therapists, and diversity, equity, and inclusion in physical therapy education. She is an assistant professor in the School of Rehabilitation Sciences at Moravian University and has been a full-time faculty member in the DPT program at Moravian University for 3 years. She continues to practice neurologic physical therapy in the outpatient setting.
Tanya Myers has practiced for over 30 years with most of her time spent in pediatrics. She is currently a school-based PT serves children 3-21 and also works at a local outpatient facility providing services for children with SMA. Tanya is an active member of the Lititz AMBUCS, the APTA-PA, and the APTA as well as serving on the APPT-School-based SIG Subcommittee- Children with Medical Complexity.
AnnMarie Stauffer is a PT with 32 years of experience (25 years in schools). She is currently sees students with a variety of diagnoses and medical needs. She is the APTA-PA Southcentral District Director, the Pediatric Special Interest Group Secretary, and the APTA School to AADA SIG Liaison and is a member of the APPT-School-based SIG Subcommittee- Children with Medical Complexity.
Lisa Gradziel is a pediatric PT with over 19 years of pediatric experience and is works at the Center for Discovery in NY. She has an interest in promoting functional movement skills for individuals with complex disabilities, as well as an interest in adapted recreational opportunities. Lisa is a member of the Academy of Pediatric Physical Therapy and the APPT School-Based SIG Subcommittee for Children with Medical Complexity.
Lori Flynn is a practicing school-based occupational therapist with over two decades of continuous experience working in the public school system. She holds a master’s degree in occupational therapy and is certified as an ADHD practitioner and parent coach. As the founder of OT4ADHD.com, Lori is committed to providing school-based professionals with effective, research-based strategies to support both students with ADHD and their teachers. Her expertise and passion are driven by ongoing continuing education and lived experience.
Dr. Benson has over 30 years working in pediatrics with extensive experience in school-based practice and as an educational consultant for schools and families. She is certified to administer the Sensory Integration and Praxis Test, is a certified infant massage instructor and is trained in Neurodevelopmental Treatment for children with cerebral palsy. As a full Professor at Duquesne University, she teaches both undergraduate and graduate coursework in the areas of lifespan occupational performance, neurological and sensorimotor function, occupation-based theory, and advanced practice. Her research interests include school-based practice, sensory processing and occupation. Her goal is to make an impact by researching best practices in an educational setting ensuring that children have the tools to fully participate in their educational, social, and community environments. Dr. Benson is currently the Editor of AOTA Children & Youth SIS Quarterly Practice Connections.
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Continuing Education Hours for disciplines not listed below: 14.5 Contact Hours (1.45 CEUs). Intermediate Level. License #_________. Education Resources Inc. is an AOTA Approved Provider of professional development. Course approval ID#08243. This Distance Learning-Independent course is offered at 14.5 contact hours 1.45 CEUs. (Intermediate level, OT Service Delivery & Foundational Knowledge). AOTA does not endorse specific course content, products, or clinical procedures. This course can be used toward your NBCOT renewal requirements for 14.5 units. Approved for FL OT's for 17 continuing education hours CE Broker #____. Approval #____ by NJ State Board of Physical Therapy Examiners for 14.5 CEC's. Course meets the basic criteria of the MD Board of Physical Therapy Examiners for __ CEU. Approved sponsor by the State of IL Department of Financial and Professional Regulation for PT for 17 contact hours. Approved by the KY Physical Therapy Association for 14.5 Category 1 contact hours, expiration Date: 3/6/25, approval # CS61-2023-APTAKY.
This activity is provided by the TX Board of PT Examiners accredited provider #1910017TX for 14.5 CCUs and meets continuing, competence requirements for PT's and PTA's licensure renewal in TX. Education Resources is an approved agency by the PT Board of CA for 14.5 contact hours. Approved provider by the NY State Board of PT for 17 contact hours (1.7 CEUs). Approved Provider for OK State Board of Medical Licensure & Supervision #BAP202310003.
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